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August Books Recap

Good morning! Today I am recapping my books read last month.

 

#31 The Tailgate by Elin Hilderbrand (ebook)

This was a short story and prequel to The Matchmaker. The main character was quite interesting. She has a phobia of leaving Nantucket that started as a young girl and followed her throughout her life. This story focused on her and her high school sweetheart’s relationship at college.

 

#32 The Matchmaker by Elin Hilderbrand (ebook)

This book wasn’t what I was expecting after reading the prequel! It was so, so good though. It followed Dabney throughout her life. It was fun to read about her matchmaking experiences.  There was some sad moments though, especially towards the end. I teared up several times!

 

#33 The Missing Dough by Chris Cavender (Pizza Lovers #6) (ebook)

It’s been awhile since I’ve read Eleanor and Maddie’s adventures. This book was another fun one and I also think there was a bit of character development with Eleanor. She’s slowly but surely accepting that she is moving on from her husband who passed away several years before.  I’m really hoping this series continues but haven’t seen anything about a new release for this year.

 

#34 Poisoned Prose by Ellery Adams (Books by the Bay #5) (ebook)

I think this was my favorite in the series by far and can’t wait for the next one coming out later this year.  There was quite a bit of character development with the main character, Olivia, and some development with a few members of the Bayside Book Writers group.  The mystery aspect was interesting as it involved more of the town’s residents and had quite the exciting/shocking ending.  I think that will carry through to the next book.

 

I’m just barely over half of my goal for this year lol…oh well. I will still keep reading and work on my goal better next year! I’ve spent lots of time walking at lunch time and not reading as much.

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